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A tipster has finally exposed the identity of our fierce defender. It’s not who she is underneath, but what she does that defines her. Never will she shit upon your head, but always will she protect you from the evil forces of the Lerner ramps. She, preening, monitors the Ferris staircase; she, twittering, champions the […]

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Hugo Chavez, president of Venezuela, has died of cancer. Will Dennis Rodman attend the funeral? (CNN) Batman’s gained a few pounds, but he’s not in some Italian café—he’s fighting crime in England. (Yahoo!) Adderall is powerful but bad, mmmkay? (NY Times) Did your name affect you getting into another Blue Ivy? (Gawker) The nation shall […]

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It may not be JSachs, but Columbia does in fact have a World Bank presidential candidate. (Bloomberg) Kate McKinnon, CC’06, is rumored to be joining the SNL cast, adding to our growing list of alums on the comedy show.  Let’s hope she doesn’t fuck it up. (Vulture) Turns out the weird guy in the Batman […]

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